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Freddie Hubbard, The Body & The Soul (Impulse).

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Kalaparusha ---------Peace and Blessings -----(Black Saint)

 

excellent lively date from 1979. AACM like vibe.

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Musik der Hamar: Südathiopien - (Museum Collection Berlin/West, GER orig 2LP)

beautiful chants, ritual music and folk song collection, packaged with typical Museum Collection attention to detail, with a fantastic book and photos. Nice, inexpensive pull from the racks at Academy the other day.

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Paul Bley - Copenhagen and Haarlem (Arista Freedom)

Basil Coetzee - Sabenza (Kijima)

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the beavs at dolphins, posted on the Vintage LA page-- and look hes standing directly underneath a record with  hank mobley on it! for reals what was he doin at dolphins anyway promoting that single of his, when you have records like -that- to choose from at dolphins, you got prestige frank wess, jimmy forrest, curtis amy & frank butler down the left end and chico, and look at that quincy jones there, i dont know about that one bein rright up there on the rack between a prestige record and a record with hank on it...

 

 

With Rudy Ray Moore?!?!?! https://twitter.com/recordcrack/status/630057940674699265

Check it out (Wikipedia)..

After his discharge he lived in Seattle, Washington and then Los Angeles, where he continued to work in clubs and was discovered by record producer Dootsie Williams.[5] He recorded rhythm and blues songs for the Federal, Cash, Ball, Kent and Imperial labels between 1955 and 1962, and released his first comedy albums, Below the Belt (1959), The Beatnik Scene (1962), and A Comedian Is Born (1964).[7][8]

By his own account, he was working at a record store in Hollywood in 1970 when he began hearing obscene stories of "Dolemite" recounted by a local man named Rico. Moore began recording the stories, and assumed the role of "Dolemite" in his club act and on recordings.[9] In 1970–71 he recorded three albums of material, Eat Out More Often, This Pussy Belongs To Me, and The Dirty Dozens, where "with jazz and R&B musicians playing in the background, [Moore] would recite raunchy, sexually explicit rhymes that often had to do with pimps, prostitutes, players, and hustlers."[10]

Beaver Cleaver, indeed...

 

its rudy ray? oh god!

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Art Hodes: South Side Memories (Sackville)

paul, what do you think of that hodes LP? I've never heard that one.

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Art Hodes: South Side Memories (Sackville)

paul, what do you think of that hodes LP? I've never heard that one.

Very good solid afterhours blues/jazz piano. I like it a lot.

 

 

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Milford Graves / Don Pullen - Nommo (SRP)

McCoy Tyner - Expansions (BN)

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Fats Waller - "Fats" in London 1938 1939 (French EMI Pathe)

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Johnny Young - I Can't Keep My Foot From Jumping (ABC Bluesway)

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I'm playing Vol 1, almost the same cover.

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Yusef Lateef - Lost in Sound

The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Jazz at Oberlin

Miles Davis - Kind of Blue, with Julian Adderly and Wyn Kelly

George Lewis - The complete BN Recordings, LP1

Randy Weston - Berkshire Blues (Arista)

 

 

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Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All Stars, volume 3 (Contemporary Lighthouse series), and Toshiko and Leon Sash at Newport (Verve, trumpet label).

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Moanin'  Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers

Patty Smith Group - Easter

Bud Powell - (Bouncing with Bud) (XTRA)

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I'm playing Vol 1, almost the same cover.

I have all the volumes of that one as well - time to dig it out. 

 

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I'm playing Vol 1, almost the same cover.

 

I have all the volumes of that one as well - time to dig it out. 

 

I have all three too.   I've been meaning to pull them out for quite a while. They ramble a bit but more than listenable.

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Shelly Manne - Essence (Galaxy, 1977)

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The Pete Johnson/Earl Hines/Teddy Bunn Blue Note Sessions (BN/Mosaic)

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8-17-2015, eh?

Do tell...

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Fresh is good.

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